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Golf Teams Compete and Succeed

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The girls golf team stands with coach Bart Williams and their medals after placing second at a tournament.

The girls golf team stands with coach Bart Williams and their medals after placing second at a tournament.

Pam Cox

Pam Cox

The girls golf team stands with coach Bart Williams and their medals after placing second at a tournament.

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The boys and girls golf teams have competed at several tournaments so far and placed at all of them. Most recently, the Lady Bears hosted their own tournament at Sunset Grove Country Club and placed second as a team, with senior Lauren Cox winning first with a score of 75.
“The Lady Bears shot a 393 to win second behind PNG’s 364 at the 25th Annual Lady Bear Golf Tournament,” golf coach Bart Williams said.
The girls have earned second place at every tournament they have attended and Cox has lead the way with individual titles at all of them.
“Our hopes are to win each of them,” Williams said. “Of course the competition usually is a lot better as you go from District to Regionals to State.”
The varsity boys team has competed in five tournaments so far. They have placed fourth twice, fifth twice, and sixth once. Junior golfer Evan Toohey has had lead at all of these meets.
“I practice every day and play until dark to succeed at every tournament,” Toohey said.
According to Williams, Toohey and Cox have led the golfers this season.
“Lauren won District and Regionals last year and finished third in State,” Williams said. “We hope she wins State this year.”
The junior varsity boys team has attended four tournaments with two third place titles and one fifth placement. Sophomore Spencer Johns has placed second and fifth and freshman Jack Tindel has finished fourth and sixth.
The boys and girls practice every day at Sunset Grove Country Club with the hopes of success at District, Regionals and beyond.
“The boys won second in District and advanced to the Regional tournament last year,” Williams said. “We are hoping to win District and advance to State.”
The boys will compete next at Bayou Din on Thursday, March 10.
“I hope to win at this meet and play good as a team,” Toohey said.

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